Well, were you any more intelligent, you would either stop reading my posts, or stop responding. Clearly, you aren't that intelligent.You're putting me to sleep with your boring and repetitive BS.
I am well aware of that. However, you don't offer any valid legal grounds for his actions, which you yourself admit broke the law.I would support the baker all day long.
Wondering, there is nothing childish or unreasonable about asking a baker to make a cake.The gays were childish, you know about that, and unreasonable.
Do you realize what an idiot you sound like when you make that assertion?
No, I support a law that prevents discrimination.The sad part is that you support a law that disregards what this baker/photographer/florist says is offensive and support a law that that protects these same people for other reasons. Who decides what is and what isn't offensive?
Such a law would also prevent me from denying you service because I find morons offensive.
Wondering, standing up for equal rights, and standing up against discrimination is never dangerous. Standing up for people to be able to project their religious moral views onto customers via their businesses is dangerous, and would be an infringement of the free exercise of the customers.Can you see how dangerous this is?
If the business owner feels that homosexuality or gay marriage is wrong, he has the right not to enter into such a relationship, or such a marriage. He does not have the right to deny service to someone else, who is entitled to make their own choices. This is why your side keeps losing these battles in court. Simply put, providing the service in no way infringes upon the proprietors rights, only an imbecile would think that it did.